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  1. World Wrestling Entertainment Friday Night SmackDown #716 on SyFy Aired May 10, 2013 (Taped May 7, 2013) Raleigh, NC´╗┐ No review yet. Kofi Kingston vs Cody Rhodes Daniel Bryan vs Dean Ambrose Tensai vs Big Show Chris Jericho vs Ryback Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  2. WWF All Star Wrestling Aired May 10, 1980 (Taped May 7, 1980) Hamburg, PA No review yet. Pedro Morales vs Jose Estrada Wild Samoans vs Steve King & Dominic Denucci Larry Sharpe vs Frank Savage Tony Atlas vs Moose Monroe Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  3. WWF Championship Wrestling Aired May 10, 1980 (Taped May 6, 1980) Allentown, PA No review yet. Rick McGraw vs Jose Estrada Tor Kamata vs Frank Williams Pedro Morales vs Moose Monroe Bold matches are PWO recommended.
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    WWF on PRISM May 10, 1980 Philadelphia, PA No review yet. Davey O'Hannon vs Manuel Soto Dominic Denucci vs Jose Estrada Rick McGraw vs Mark Pole Tony Atlas vs Bobby Duncum El Olympico vs Joe Mascara WWF World Title: Bob Backlund (c) vs Hulk Hogan Larry Sharpe vs Mike Masters WWF Intercontinental Title: Ken Patera (c) vs Ivan Putski Bold matches are PWO recommended.
  5. BattlARTS vs. MUGA, baby. We all know Otsuka can be a really great grappler when he wants to, but he is often tangled up in doing all kinds of weird experimental stuff. MUGA boy Takemura is the type of guy to get a nice all-grappling shootstyle match out of him. Takemura isn't GREAT and doesn't bring a ton to the table here but he meshes really well with Otsuka a and they move nicely from smooth rolling to zit-poppingly tight holds. Takemura's unpolishedness may have added to some of the reversals towards the end feeling more uncooperative. Of course Otsuka also just ragdolls him and it's beautiful.
  6. Sneaky BattlARTS guys always sneaking into joshi cards. Obviously there were some jokes in this match with Otsuka having to defend Fukuoka from creepy Ishikawa, but most of this was straight exchanges. Ishikawa/Otsuka is an all time great matchup and every single instance is worth seeking out, this being no exception. They did the bulk of the work and had some high end exchanges. I've been watching these guys for almost 10 years now and they still surprise me with some of the stuff the bust out, for example Ishikawa hits an awesome clean deadlift suplex on Otsuka, there is a nifty judo trip and some cool triangle scissor work. The exchanges between Hyuga and Fukuoka almost felt stale in comparison. Otsuka was a total stooge eating stiff dropkicks and double stomps from Hyuga and even a stiff Rider Kick from Fukuoka in a miscommunication spot. Of course the best moment is when Ishikawa finally gets ahold of Fukuoka and the first thing he does is lock in a chokehold with glee, fuck that's creepy. Hyuga and Fukuoka do the finish and they pick up the action which was good. This was 19 minutes which is pretty long for a novelty match but the whole thing went by in a breeze.
  7. Talk about it here.